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Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce
w w w. F o x L a k e C h a m b e r. c o m
Over 30 years of serving Fox Lake
and surrounding areas.
Specializing in Lake Homes, Farms & Residential
Timothy Nehls, Broker/Owner ~ (920) 210-0321
Gail Nehls, Realtor ~ (920) 382-7681
Todd Nehls, Realtor ~ (920) 210-1703
Taylor Nehls, Realtor ~ (920) 960-4768
Ann Buchda, Office Manager
[email protected] • www.nehlsrealty.com
305 W. State St., Fox Lake, WI 53933 • (920) 928-2548
Open Tuesday - Sunday 11:00 am - Close • Monday 3:00 pm - Close
Daily Specials including All-You-Can-Eat Wings
Wednesdays are “Dollar Days”
Full Sandwich Menu
Kids’ Menu
Homemade Half-Pound Burgers & Pizza
Cottage For Rent • Licenses • Boat Launch
Boat Rentals • Year-round Lake Access
Outdoor Dining on Lake EVENTS
Hayride
Ice Golf
Full-Service Tiki Bar
Golf Outings
Snow Softball
Live Music Every Saturday Fisherees
Poker Runs
Races on the Ice
Game Day Specials
Brunch w/Bunny
Brunch w/Santa
Five Big Screen TVs
“Kuno Fest”
N10575 Chief Kuno Tr., Fox Lake, WI 53933 www.boathousepubandeatery.com 1-920-928-3470
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 1
Welcome
A Welcome from City Mayor Tom Bednarek
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading the Fox Lake Visitors Guide. We are very
proud of our community and hope that you will enjoy learning about Fox Lake. We strive to provide
a clean, healthy, and safe environment and are committed to preserving an exceptional quality of life
for everyone who visits.
If you are staying in our community, either temporarily or permanently, I hope you will have an opportunity to take advantage of your favorite water sport on the lake or at our aquatic center, golfing at the
18-hole Fox Lake Golf Club, dining at one of our restaurants, enjoying one of our beautiful parks or library,
or shopping at our many downtown businesses. If you have any questions about the Fox Lake area, feel
free to stop in at City Hall, and one of our friendly staff members will be happy to answer those for you.
Sincerely,
Mayor Tom Bednarek
(920) 928-2280
www.cityoffoxlake.org
A Welcome from Town Chairperson Tom Wissing
We would like to take the opportunity to welcome you to the Town of Fox Lake and our neighbor,
the City of Fox Lake. The Town of Fox Lake was the first area in Dodge County settled by Europeans,
beginning with the 1838 log cabin built by Jacob P. Brower, whose location is still noted today along
County Highway F.
We would like to invite you to enjoy our extraordinary natural resources including Fox Lake and Lake
Emily and the scenic environs of our town including drives along Chief Kuno Trail, Howard Drive,
Blackhawk Trail, Indian Point Road, and Lake Drive. You can enjoy some time for relaxation and enjoy
such activities as boating and fishing, swimming and other water sport activities.
While you are visiting, please don’t forget to stop in at one of our fine establishments along Fox
Lake such as Hayes Resort, Boat House Pub & Eatery, The Shores of Fox Lake, Fox Lake Golf Club,
or Schaumburg’s Supper Club along scenic Lake Emily. In the city you can visit the famous Mullin’s
Drive-In, which has been established for over 75 years, and other excellent restaurants.
We would like to invite you to visit one of the best-kept secrets in Wisconsin.
Sincerely,
Town of Fox Lake Chairman Thomas Wissing
www.townoffoxlake.org
A Welcome from Chamber President Tim Nehls
It is with great pride that I welcome you to the greater Fox Lake area. As a representative of the Fox
Lake Chamber of Commerce, I can assure you our members are dedicated to making your visit to the area
one which will be very pleasant and produce many lifelong memories. Fox Lake has many year-round
entertainment opportunities with several focused around one of Wisconsin’s top fishing destinations, Fox
Lake. Whether fishing, waterskiing, snowmobiling, or just enjoying a panoramic sunset over the calm
water, the Fox Lake area offers endless opportunities for you to just relax or to actively enjoy the great
outdoors.
One of our priceless commodities
table of contents
Welcome................................................................................................... Page 1
you will find is the local population and
Calendar of Events.............................................................................. Pages 2-3
businesses. As a small bedroom community, you will quickly
Lakes/Public Launching........................................................................... Page 4
Government/Industry/Medical.................................................................. Page 5
learn the greater Fox Lake area is one big family. The area has
Education/Library..................................................................................... Page 6
always been a destination for visitors from near and far. We
Worship/Organizations............................................................................. Page 7
truly understand the value of being gracious hosts and will work
Parks........................................................................................................ Page 8
Recreation................................................................................................ Page 9
hard to provide you everything you need to ensure your visit is
Fishing/Hunting...................................................................................... Page 10
memorable. Don’t be fooled: the Fox Lake area offers much more
Fisherees/Jazz Jubilee......................................................................Page 11-12
than fishing and water sports. We have an 18-hole golf course,
Car Show................................................................................................ Page 13
Culinary.................................................................................................. Page 14
and are close to desirable shopping as well as fine dining.
Resorts/Facilities.................................................................................... Page 15
So, as you plan your visit—whether spring, summer, winter,
Map................................................................................................. Pages 16-17
Events............................................................................................. Pages 18-20
or fall—you will find plenty to do to fill your day for everyone
Pages 21-22
in the family, regardless of age. On behalf of the entire Chamber, Clubs/Organizations........................................................................
History.................................................................................................... Page 23
I welcome you to the area. Enjoy your time here, and don’t be
Chamber of Commerce.......................................................................... Page 24
Advertisers...................................................................................... Pages 25-32
a stranger. For more information, please stop by our Chamber
For more information, please feel free to contact us.
office at 305 West State Street, or call us at (920) 928-3777.
Sincerely,
Chamber President Tim Nehls
Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 94, Fox Lake, WI 53933
Phone (920) 928-3777 or (800) 858-4904
E-mail [email protected] • Website www.foxlakechamber.com
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Calendar of Events
—JANUARY 2015—
4 (Sun.)—Team Extreme 2-Man Ice Fishing Tournament
Tournament tent setup in front of the Boat House, N10575 Chief
Kuno Trail. Tourney runs from 8 a.m.–2 p.m. Contact Tad Westerman at (763) 300-2604 for additional information.
10 (Sat.)—Kitty Kat Races
State Kitty Kat snowmobile races held on the ice in front of the Boat
House. Contact the Boat House for additional information: (920)
928-3470.
17 (Sat.)—Co-ed Softball Tournament
Softball tournament on the ice at the Boat House. Begins at 10 a.m.
Only $25 per team. Contact the Boat House for additional information, (920) 928-3470.
17 (Sat.)—Historical Society Soup Dinner
Serving from 4–7 p.m. at the Community Congregational Church Museum at 206 S. College Avenue. Soups, sandwiches and desserts.
23–31—Snowmobile Poker Run
Hosted by the Boat House, in connection with the Fox Lake SnoBlazers. Several stops throughout the area. Final party at the Boat
House on Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. Contact the Boat House for additional information: (920) 928-3470.
24 (Sat.)—American Legion Annual Fisheree
Registration at the Fox Lake Legion beginning at 5 a.m. Fisheree
time at 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Boat House Pub & Eatery, N10575
Chief Kuno Trail launch. Food, beverages, and raffles at 2 p.m. at Legion. Prizes at 4 p.m. See page 11 for more details.
31 (Sat.)—Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce 12th Annual Winter
Fisheree
Beginning at 6 a.m. until 3 p.m. Hosted by the Boat House Pub &
Eatery, N10575 Chief Kuno Trail. Register your fish no later than 3
p.m. Prizes for the largest fish in any of the legal categories awarded at 4 p.m. Silent auction and many raffles. Proceeds benefit the Fox
Lake Chamber of Commerce. Contact the Boat House for additional
information at (920) 928-3470. See page 12 for more details.
—FEBRUARY 2015—
7 (Sat.)—Fox Lake Fire Department Annual Fisheree
Beginning at 6 a.m. and ending at 3 p.m. Drawing for special prize at
4 p.m. Launching at the Boat House Pub & Eatery at N10575 Chief
Kuno Trail, (920) 928-3470. Open to the general public. Drawings for
door prizes, raffles, silent auction all day. Proceeds help support the
Fox Lake Fire Department and EMS. Call (920) 319-2241 for additional information. See page 12 for more details.
8 (Sun.)—Free Kids Ice Fisheree
Free to all children through 14 years of age. Fisheree runs from 7 a.m.–
noon. Prizes and trophies are awarded for most, and largest, fish in all
major fish categories. Free bait provided by Best Dam Bait and Guiding. Hosted at the Boat House, N10575 Chief Kuno Trail. For more information or to register, please call Pete Hupf at (608) 609-2707.
14 (Sat.)—Ice Golf Tournament
Play 9 holes of golf on ice in front of the Boat House. Win fabulous prizes. Contact the Boat House for additional information, (920)
928-3470.
16 (Mon.)—Ducks Unlimited Fundraiser
Mardi Gras dinner party at Schaumburg Supper Club. Doors open at
5:30 p.m.; dinner at 7:00 p.m. Public is invited. Contact Ron at (920)
928-2482 or Dave at (920) 928-3348. See page 21 for more details.
20–22 (Fri.–Sun.)—2nd Annual Fish Tales Bait & Liquor Winter
Jamboree
Call (920) 520-0015 for further information. See page 11 for more details.
21 (Sat.)—Historical Society Program
Program on Militia Movements in Fox Lake prior to the Civil War,
6:30 p.m. at the Community Congregational Church Museum at 206
S. College Avenue.
28 (Sat.)—Fox Lake Charities 4th Annual Ice Fisheree
The fisheree runs from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Boat House Pub &
Eatery, N10575 Chief Kuno Trail. Proceeds will benefit a local charity. Please contact the Boat House at (920) 928-3470 for additional information or if you would like to have a group, individual or association considered as the charity recipient. See page 11 for more details.
—MARCH 2015—
15 (Sun.)—Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Lineup for the parade begins at noon on Depot Street. Parade walks
at 1 p.m. All entries are welcome! $10 fee if you want to be judged
for cash prizes. Contact Dave, (920) 296-0098. The Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been taking place for over 40 years! See page
18 for more details.
28 (Sat.)—Brunch with the Easter Bunny
Come and visit with the Easter Bunny at the Boat House. Enjoy a full
brunch beginning at 11 a.m. Contact the Boat House for additional
information at (920) 928-3470.
28 thru April 19—6th Annual Tweener Run
“Between the Seasons” Poker Run sponsored by the Boat House.
Visit several area establishments for food, fun and entertainment. Final party at Boat House, Sunday, April 19. Contact the Boat House
for additional information: (920) 928-3470.
—APRIL 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, downtown Fox Lake.
Vendors selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome. Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See page 18
for more details.
—may 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, downtown Fox Lake. Vendors
selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome.
Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See page 18 for more details.
9 (Sat.)—Fox Lake Citywide Rummage Sale
For more information, contact the library, (920) 928-3223. See page
19 for more details.
15–17 (Fri.–Sun)—Bunny Berigan Jazz Jubilee
See Page 12 for more details.
16 (Sat.)—Fish Tales 5th Annual Walleye Tournament
Beginning at 7 a.m. until 3 p.m., 529 W. State Street. Register by
calling (920) 520-0015. See Page 11 for more details.
25 (Mon.)—Memorial Day Parade
Followed by a program in Clausen Park. See Page 19 for more details.
—JUNE 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, Downtown Fox Lake. Vendors selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome. Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See page 18 for more
details.
1 (Mon.)—Fox Lake Sno-Blazers Snowmobile Club Steak Fry & Pork Chop Fundraiser
Schaumburg Supper Club, 5 to 8 p.m.
7 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23
for more details.
21 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23
for more details.
23 (Tues.)—Schaumburg Supper Club Music on the Patio
Join us for music on the patio from 5:30 to 9 p.m., rain (inside) or shine (outside). There is no cover charge.
TBA—Fox Lake Preservation Organization Special Friends Outing
Day starts with special needs guests boarding pontoon boats. Some are for
fishing and others just a boat ride. Snacks and beverages are provided
“on board.” Contact Bob Bergmann, (920) 928-3486, to confirm date.
—JULY 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, Downtown Fox Lake. Vendors selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome. Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See Page 18 for more
details.
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 3
Calendar of Events
4 (Sat.)—Fox Lake FREE Concerts in the Park
City of Fox Lake Riverside Park shelter. Food, beer, soda available.
Time to be announced. Call the Fox Lake Chamber at (920) 928 3777 for information. See Page 20 for more details.
4 (Sat.)—FLPO Boat Parade
The Fox Lake Preservation Organization is sponsoring a 4th of
July boat parade starting at 5:00 p.m. Prizes and fun for all. See Page
18 for more details.
4 (Sat.)—Fireworks at Dusk
Fireworks show over the lake. West and north shores of the lake
offer great viewing, or go out on a boat to the ‘small’ lake to watch the
fantastic fireworks display. Sponsored by Fox Lake Chamber of
Commerce and other donors.
4 (Sat.)—Parade on Blackhawk Trail
Sponsored by FLPO starting at 1 p.m. from Town Park. Line-up for the parade is at 12:30 p.m. It will leave Town Park and head down Blackhawk Trail ending in Del Bern Acres. See Page 18 for
more details.
5 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
7 (Tues.)—Schaumburg Supper Club Music on the Patio
Join us for music on the patio from 5:30 to 9 p.m., rain (inside) or
shine (outside). There is no cover charge.
19 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
21 (Tues.)—Schaumburg Supper Club Music on the Patio
Join us for music on the patio from 5:30 to 9 p.m., rain (inside) or
shine (outside). There is no cover charge.
25 (Sat.)—SAGES 3rd Annual Craft and Bake Sale
Held at School for AGricultural and Environmental Studies (SAGES).
25 (Sat.)—Firefighters 14th Annual Classic Car Show
Held at Fireman’s Park, rain or shine, at 7 a.m. Contact Rich Quirk
at (920) 319-2241. For information on vendors, swap spots and the
car corral, contact Frank Sadler at (920) 210-2653. See Page 13
for more details.
25 (Sat.)—Beaverland Must-skis at the Boat House
Beaver Dam’s Beaverland Must-skis make a stop at the Boat House
for an afternoon of fun-filled entertainment. Contact the Boat House
for additional information: (920) 928-3470. See Page 21 for
more details.
—AUGUST 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, Downtown Fox Lake.
Vendors selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome. Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See Page 18
for more details.
1 (Sat.)—7th Annual Kuno Fest
Visit Fox Lake’s very own Chief Kuno Trail on Fox Lake. Enjoy
food, fun and live bands at the Boat House, The Clam and The
Shores. Contact the Boat House for additional information: (920)
928-3470.
2 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
3 (Mon.)—Fox Lake Sno-Blazers Snowmobile Club Steak Fry & Pork Chop Fundraiser
Schaumburg’s Supper Club, 5 to 8 p.m.
4 (Tues.)—Schaumburg Supper Club Music on the Patio
Join us for music on the patio from 5:30 to 9 p.m., rain (inside) or
shine (outside). There is no cover charge.
8 (Sat.)—Fox Lake Preservation Organization Annual Golf Outing
Four-person scramble with a complimentary lunch served at the turn.
2015 participation is open to anyone. See Page 9 for more details.
8 (Sat.)—Tunes on the Lake
Sponsored by FLPO from 1–5 p.m. with a band playing from the
dock on the southeast side of Dead Island. Anchor your boats around
the island. See Page 18 for more details.
16 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
—SEPTEMBER 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, Downtown Fox Lake.
Vendors selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome. Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See Page 18
for more details.
5 (Sat.)—Fox Lake FREE Concerts in the Park
Town of Fox Lake shelter. Refreshments available. Time to be an-
nounced. Call the Fox Lake Chamber at (920) 928-3777 for informa tion. See Page 20 for more details.
6 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
6 (Sun.)—Venetian Night
Sponsored by FLPO beginning at 8 p.m. Decorate your boats and
line up in front of Del Bern Acres at 7:45 p.m. Proceed counterclock
wise around the lake ending at the east end of Elmwood Island. See
Page 18 for more details.
12 (Sat.)—Boat House’s Annual 4-Person Scramble Golf Outing
Held at Fox Lake Golf Club. Outing and hole activities. Contact the Boat House for additional information: (920) 928-3470.
20 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
—OCTOBER 2015—
(Every Sat.)—Fox Lake Flea Market
April through October – Saturday morning, Downtown Fox Lake.
Vendors selling everything from dollar items to antiques. New vendors welcome. Contact Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704. See Page 18
for more details.
4 (Sun.)—Fox Lake Historical Museum
Located at 211 W. Cordelia St. Open from 1 to 4 p.m. See Page 23 for more details.
10 (Sat.)—12th Annual Boat House Hayride
Ride around the Fox Lake area on hay wagons pulled by tractors.
See the beautiful scenery and area establishments. Contact the Boat
House for additional information, (920) 928-3470.
16–17 (Fri.–Sat.)—Fox Lake Public Library Friends Book Sale
Held at Community Center. For more information, call library, (920)
928-3223. See Page 22 for more details.
31 (Sat.)—‘Spooktacular’ Event in downtown Fox Lake
Tons of kids’ activities. Sponsored by the Fox Lake Chamber of
Commerce. See Page 20 for more details.
31 (Sat.)—City of Fox Lake Trick-or-Treat
—novEMBER 2015—
11 (Wed.)—Veterans Day Program at American Legion
Flag Memorial at 11:00 a.m.
—DECEMBER 2015—
12 (Sat.)—Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce Christmas December
to Remember Event
From noon until 6 p.m. Includes parade at 5 p.m. as well as tree lighting. Chili lunch, raffles/silent auction, bake sale, and free kids’ activities. Stop in and visit downtown shops and lake businesses for
Christmas specials and refreshments. Call (920) 928-3777, and see
Page 20 for more details.
19 (Sat.)—Buffet Brunch with Santa
Enjoy a bit of the North Pole while visiting with Santa at the Boat
House. Festivities begin at 11 a.m. Contact the Boat House for additional information. (920) 928-3470.
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Lakes / Public Launching
Fox Lake
Size: 2,625 acres Depth: 19 feet
Description: One of the most diverse fisheries you’ll find
anywhere. The lake has wonderful scenery, including six
islands. Ice fishing can be very good on this lake.
Look for: Walleye present in good numbers, as are
northern pike and sizable muskies. Good numbers of perch,
large crappie, and a healthy bluegill population.
Access: Town of Fox Lake Park on Blackhawk Trail, the
City of Fox Lake at the Clausen/Riverside Park and the
Boat House Pub & Eatery on Chief Kuno Trail.
Launch Fees: City/Clausen/Riverside Park
Seasonal $40, Daily $5
Lake Emily
Size: 268 acres Depth: 14 feet
Description: Small, spring-fed lake with lots of
undeveloped shoreline.
Look for: This picturesque little lake is home
to a wide range of fish species, including blue
gill, largemouth bass, muskie, northern pike and
walleye. In the winter, it is a popular ice fishing
destination.
Access: There is a public boat launch located on
Lake Drive.
Launch Fees—Town of Fox Lake:
Blackhawk Trail (Fox Lake); Lake Drive
(Lake Emily); Spring Rd. (Beaver Dam Lake):
Seasonal $40, Daily $5
Beaver Dam Lake
Size: 6,600 acres Depth: 9 feet
Description: A large body with a fishery to
match its size. The lake is also shallow, making
it easy to fish without electronics. Fertile water
and careful lake management have led to an
extremely healthy fishery.
Look for: Giant crappie, jumbo perch and
numerous walleye.
Access: Derge, Edgewater, Water Works and
Tahoe parks.
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 5
Government / Industry / Medical
City of Fox Lake
248 East State Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-2280
www.cityoffoxlake.org
Fox Lake
Fire Department Town of Fox Lake
246 East State Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-6115
Industry
Fox Lake offers assorted industry throughout city
and rural areas. Fox Lake is a large rural area with
agricultural industry, an important factor of our economics. Our rural areas produce various crops as
well as livestock. The City of
Fox Lake offers a 62-acre industrial park on the city’s south
side. Full-service lots range
from 3 to 5 acres. Currently,
the industrial park contains
seven companies ranging from
trucking to manufacturing CNC
machinery and wire/elements.
The Fox Lake Redevelopment
Authority can assist industrial
or commercial businesses relocating to the Fox Lake area. Financial assistance is available.
For more information contact
the City Administrator at (920)
928-6288 or e-mail [email protected]
cityoffoxlake.org.
WI0543 County Road F
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-3573
www.townoffoxlake.org
Fond du Lac Regional Clinic
in Fox Lake
Agnesian HealthCare’s Fond du Lac Regional Clinic in Fox
Lake, located at 703 W. State Street, is one of many satellite
locations serving Fond du Lac Regional Clinic patients.
The Fond du Lac Regional Clinic in Fox Lake offers the
healthcare services of Cindy Hankes, APNP, a family nurse
practitioner. In addition, the clinic offers on-site laboratory and
X-ray services. The clinic is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to
noon and from 1 to 5 p.m.
Patients of all ages are welcome. The Fond du Lac Regional
Clinic in Fox Lake offers free blood pressure screenings the
first Tuesday of each month from 8 to 10 a.m. You are welcome to stop in.
Call today for an appointment. New patients are being accepted! For more information or to schedule an appointment,
call (920) 928-6300.
In addition to the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, Agnesian
HealthCare also includes the Agnesian Pharmacy, Agnesian
Health Shoppe, Consultants Laboratory, Ripon Medical Center, St. Agnes Hospital, St. Francis Home and Waupun Memorial Hospital.
Beaver Dam Community Hospitals
Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Inc. (BDCH) is an independent, non-profit health care provider whose mission is to deliver
excellence across a continuum of services to patients in the region of Dodge, Columbia and Fond du Lac counties.
BDCH offers a comprehensive continuum of outpatient clinic and inpatient hospital services to people of all ages. BDCH services
include primary and specialty care, obstetric and inpatient acute care, outpatient surgery and oncology services, orthopedics and
sports medicine, sleep medicine, urology, rheumatology, wound care, interventional radiology, women’s health with state-of-theart birthing suites and breast health, rehabilitation, home care, hospice, long-term care and day care for children.
BDCH has advanced expertise and leading edge clinical technology for a range of services. For example, BDCH’s 64-slice CT
scanner is state-of-the-art and the only one in the region, which allows patients less time in the scanner and more diagnostic options
for physicians. BDCH’s award-winning ER added Telestroke for immediate access to a stroke neurologist from UW-Madison to
start the best treatment and minimize harm at the onset of stroke. BDCH has state-of-the-art video technology in operating rooms,
and provides surgeons with the latest technology and instruments so that patients can have surgery and recover close to home.
BDCH’s commitment to excellence means that while they offer more than you might expect from a community hospital, it is
exactly what their patients deserve. That is what BDCH means by “Excellence Delivered.” Beaver Dam Community Hospitals,
Inc. is located at 707 S. University Avenue, Beaver Dam, WI 53916. The phone number is (920) 887-7181.
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Education / Library
Waupun Area Schools
Tonya Gubin, District Administrator
[email protected] • (920) 324-9341, ext. 2102
Meadow View Primary
Grades Early Childhood-1
601 Grandview Ave.
Waupun, WI 53963
(920) 324-3361
www.waupun.k12.wi.us
Rock River Intermediate
Grades 2-6
451 E. Spring Street
Waupun, WI 53963
(920) 324-9322
www.waupun.k12.wi.us
Waupun Area Jr/Sr High
Grades 7-12
801 E. Lincoln St.
Waupun, WI 53963
(920) 324-5591
www.waupun.k12.wi.us
Private School
SAGES Charter School
for AGricultural
Environmental Studies
Grades 4K–7
200 S. Depot St.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-3136
www.waupun.k12.wi.us
St. John’s Ev. Lutheran School
Grades K-8
John Schlavensky
110 Edgelawn Drive
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-3296
www.stjohnsfoxlake.org
Fox Lake Public Library
Fox Lake is proud to have the Fox Lake Public Library within
the heart of the community. The Fox Lake Public Library is home
to over 15,000 titles and is a member of the large consortium called
TRIO. TRIO allows additional books from Dodge, Jefferson, and
Washington counties to be checked out from the local library within
24 hours. The Fox Lake Public Library offers public computers with
high-speed Internet, Wi-Fi access, and current DVDs. Library card
holders can access digital materials through the Wisconsin Digital
Library and Zinio magazines through the library’s website at http://
www.foxlake.lib.wi.us/.
The friendly staff is available to assist all patrons. Contact the Fox
Lake Public Library for seasonal programs and events. Library hours
are Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; and
Saturday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. The phone number is (920) 928-3223.
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 7
Worship / Organizations
Area Church Services
First Presbyterian Church
408 Green Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-3445
Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 8:30 a.m.
St. John’s Evangelical
Lutheran Church
Pastor David Nottling
110 Edgelawn Drive
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-3250 or (920) 928-3296
Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. and
10:30 a.m.
Sunday School and Bible
Class: 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship (Memorial
Day–Labor Day):
8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday Worship: 7:00 p.m.
Communion: First and third
Sundays
www.stjohnsfoxlake.org
Living Hope Community Church
Pastor Justin Douglas
740 W. State Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-6610
Sunday Service: 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School following a.m. service at 11:00 a.m.
www.livinghopefoxlake.com
County Line Lutheran Church
Pastor Bruce Engebretson
W10506 Cty. Hwy. AW
Markesan, WI 53946
(920) 344-3463
(608) 849-9228 (home)
Church: 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.
Annunciation Catholic Church
Father Michael Wild
305 West Green Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-3513
Saturday Mass: 4:00 p.m. (April–September)
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Please call for Mass schedule on Holy Days and Sacrament of Reconciliation.
www.visitannunciationparish.com
Groups and Organizations
American Legion Post 521
(920) 928-2381
American Legion
Auxiliary
Tammy DePrey
(920) 382-0002
American Red Cross
Blood Drive
Barb Rechek
(920) 928-3119
Boy Scouts/Waupun
Mike Stevenson
(920) 324-5562
Cub Scouts/Waupun
Jim Clark
(920) 382-6827
Daisy/Brownie/Junior
Girl Scouts
Michelle Niemeyer
(920) 577-2887
Fourth of July Fireworks
Tim Nehls
(920) 210-0321
Fox Lake
Chamber of Commerce
Tim Nehls
(920) 210-0321
Fox Lake Garden Club
Lori Schultz
(920) 210-5156
Fox Lake Historical Society
Scott Frank
(920) 296-0254
Fox Lake Preservation
Organization
Bob Bergmann
[email protected]
Fox Lake Public Library
Friends
Call Library
(920) 928-3223
Fox Lake Sno-Blazers
Snowmobile Club
Michael DeVries
(920) 296-4620
Girl Scouts/All Levels
Karen Alderden
(920) 928-3389
Lions Club
Cindy Walker
(920) 928-6606
[email protected]
St. Patrick’s Day
Committee
Dave DePrey
(920) 296-0098
Two Lakes Ducks
Unlimited
Ron Babros
(920) 928-2482
Trenton Highlights
4-H Club
Sherry Helmer
(920) 928-2478
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Parks
Recreation and relaxation are very important to this community, as shown through
the number of parks maintained. The Fox Lake community offers its residents and
guests more parks than many far larger localities. Here is a list of parks in Fox
Lake.
Adams Spring Park, located on Highway 33 on the south end of the city, Adams
Spring Park features a memorial to Bunny Berigan, a famous jazz trumpeter from
Fox Lake who performed with some of the best bands of yesteryear.
Clausen Park, located on the north end of the City of Fox Lake, Clausen Park
features a 60-foot-tall Memorial Tower, donated to the city by Leon Clausen in
1955. Public restrooms are at the base of the tower. Clausen Park is the site of the
annual Memorial Day Observances, as well as other activities.
Firemans Park, Firemans Park offers baseball diamonds, as well as volleyball
and basketball courts. It is
located adjacent to the City of
Fox Lake offices, fire department, police department and
community center.
Fox Lake Aquatic Park,
Fox Lake Aquatic Park is
located just east of the Fox
Lake Community Center and
features pools to keep kids
and adults cool on those hot
summer days.
John ‘Red’ Solis Memorial Park, John ‘Red’ Solis
Memorial Park is the newest
addition on the west end of the city and is located on Forest Street in the City of
Fox Lake. Get your children some exercise on colorful playground equipment
Riverside Park, Riverside Park is immediately west of Clausen Park. It features
a large playground, BBQ grills, and a shelter for picnickers and other guests. It also
has a public boat launch, with parking for vehicles, as well as a handicap-accessible
pier for fishing. It is the location for the Concerts in the Park series of live music
events during the summer months.
Town Park, Town Park is located between Blackhawk Trail and the northwest
corner of the lake, in the Town of Fox Lake. It has a handicap-accessible pier, public
access for boating, and a shelter with restrooms.
Veterans Memorial Park, Veterans Memorial Park is a small park on the corner
of College and State streets in the City of Fox Lake. It was constructed in 2002 to
honor all area veterans.
West Crocker Street Park, West Crocker Street Park is in the center of the city
and has a newly-built 1/2 basketball court in addition to playground equipment
and a softball area.
Fox Lake Loop Walking Trail
In the summer of 2003 the City of Fox Lake Beautification Committee
made a dream become a reality by turning the old railroad loop into a walking trail from the Depot to Fox Lake Junction. The loop is approximately
one mile long using the route through Fox Lake when the railroad company
created it to bring the railroad line to town. It was used until the 1960s by
Fox Lake.
By 2006, a prairie garden, other gardens, and several trees were planted
next to the walking trail. Signage and two gated arbors on the Trenton Street
entrance were also installed.
Walkers can enter the trail at any point; however, the Depot Railroad
Museum on Cordelia Street is considered the beginning of the trail. Any
season—winter, spring, summer and fall—just look for signage and enjoy
a hike on the Fox Lake Loop Walking Trail.
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Recreation
Fox Lake Golf Club
The Fox Lake Golf Club, established in
1922, is a beautiful 18-hole facility located
on the shores of Fox Lake. The course and
clubhouse are able to accommodate all sizes
of group golf outings, receptions, parties
and family reunions.
The golf course is open to the public from
April to November 15. The dining room
is open from May through September on
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
evenings. All types of golf memberships
are available.
The Fox Lake Golf Club is located at
N10500 Indian Point Road, Fox Lake. The
phone number is (920) 928-2508. Find them
on the web at www.foxlakegolfclub.com.
Fox Lake Preservation Organization
Annual Golf Outing
Saturday, August 8
The Fox Lake Preservation Organization will hold its 9th annual golf outing on Saturday, August 8, 2015. The popular event, played as a best-ball
scramble, is open to the public.
This golfing extravaganza features great weather, a very attentive beverage
cart for thirsty golfers, a complimentary lunch served at the turn, and the 19th
hole “scene” of swapping golf stories and drawing for many golf prizes and
raffle items. Plan to join the fun!
Aquatic Center
When visiting Fox Lake during the summer, make a point
of checking out the city’s sparkling Aquatic Center. The zerodepth entry—or “beach entry”—is handicap-accessible along
with several bubble jets and a swirling slide to go down. A
large umbrella area is perfect for taking a break and relaxing
in the shade. The Aquatic Center offers swimming lessons for
all ages.
For more information, please call the City of Fox Lake at
(920) 928-2280 or visit www.cityoffoxlake.org.
Fox Lake Aquatic Center Hours:
• June 13 to August 16
• Monday–Sunday: Open Swimming, 1–7:30 p.m.
• Monday–Thursday: Swim Lessons, 10–11:30 a.m.
• Phone: (920) 928-6199
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Fishing / Hunting
Fox Lake is continuing to earn its reputation as one of the
top 10 fishing lakes in the state of Wisconsin. Abundant fish
include perch, crappies, blue gills, muskie, northern, walleye
and bass. Fishing is a year-round sport in Fox Lake, whether
it happens from boats, docks, or public piers at the Town of
Fox Lake Park/Boat Launch on Blackhawk Trail or the City
of Fox Lake Clausen-Riverside Park/Boat Launch. Winter
ice doesn’t stop us either. Ice fishing is alive and well! The
aeration system, installed in 1970, is still keeping the lake
from completely freezing, allowing for healthy year-round
fishing. You may pick up a map of Fox Lake, courtesy of
the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce, at area resorts and
businesses.
Fox Lake isn’t the only lake, either. Lake Emily is just
northwest of Fox Lake and Beaver Dam is just south. Each
have public launches.
Fox Lake Preservation Organization
Fish Stocking on Fox Lake
To promote the recreational use of Fox Lake for fishing, the Fox Lake Preservation Organization (FLPO) in conjunction with the Wisconsin Department
of Natural Resources (DNR) continues to commit itself to an extensive yearly
fish-stocking program.
In early spring 2014, the FLPO released 800 northern into the ice-laden waters
of Fox Lake. In late September, FLPO’s dedicated volunteers completed the
2014 fish-stocking program, releasing 300 walleyes, 4,230 perch, 150 muskies and 200 northern.
The 2014 total investment in stocking Fox Lake was $8,200. The success of the annual fish-stocking program is made possible by fundraising events, donations, and FLPO membership dues. The generous financial support and the time and effort
of volunteers assure that Fox Lake remains a top-rated fishing lake.
Mill Creek and the Mill Creek Dam
Mill Creek is a canoeing and kayaking dream. You will hear nature’s sounds and observe some of the most interesting
wildlife imaginable. Of course, slow pontoon rides have become quite popular, too. Whatever your pleasure, this spot will be
a relaxing place for a picnic and an amazing area for children to discover and enjoy.
The Mill Creek Dam is also a favorite spot for fishing throughout the entire spring and summer. Located at the end of Mill
Street, this dam controls water flow from Fox Lake to neighboring Beaver Dam Lake.
The Mill Creek Restoration project provides a handicap fishing and picnicking area with a handicap-accessible table by
Riverside Park.
For more information regarding the Mill Creek Restoration project, call the Fox Lake City Hall at (920) 928-2280.
Hunting in the Fox Lake Area
Each fall, deer hunters gather in and around Fox Lake in Dodge
County to take home that special trophy. Many public hunting areas
are available. For more information, contact the Horicon DNR at
(920) 387-7860.
Public Hunting in Fox Lake
• Shaw Marsh Wildlife Area—903 acres, state-owned
• Horicon Marsh Wildlife—11,009 acres, state-owned
• Westford Public Hunting Grounds—682 acres, state-owned
• Fox Lake Fishery Area—464 acres, state-owned
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Fisherees
Fox Lake Local Charities
4th Annual Fisheree
American Legion Fisheree
The Fox Lake American Legion Fisheree will be held on
Saturday, January 24. Registration is at the Fox Lake Legion
beginning at 5:00 a.m. Fisheree time is 7:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
at the Boat House Pub and Eatery launch.
Raffles, silent auction, door prizes, and bucket raffles begin at 2:00 p.m. at the Legion. Cash prizes in all fish categories for children and adults begin at 4:00 p.m. A separate
“special items” pre-raffle is available. Food and beverages
will be served beginning at 2:00 p.m. at the Legion. Full
menu and beverages will be available at the Boat House beginning at 11:00 a.m.
The mission of the fisheree will be to provide funds that
will allow the Legion to help local veterans. This year the
money will mainly go toward the following causes: Honor
Flight for Vets to Washington, D.C. and a guided fishing trip
for a local disabled veteran.
The Fox Lake Legion is asking for donations of materials
or money that will help them achieve their goals. Please contact Dave DePrey at (920) 296-0098 or the Fox Lake Legion
at (920) 928-2381 for additional information or to make a
donation.
2nd Annual Fish
Tales Bait & Liquor
Winter Jamboree
The 2nd Annual Fish Tales Bait & Liquor Winter Jamboree event will take place February 20–22. A large 40’ x 80’
heated tent will be set up off the Town Park on Blackhawk
Trail. Again this year there will be live music, a beer stand,
and food. To be in the fishing contest, you must pre-register at
Fish Tales Bait Shop located at 529 West State St. or call (920)
520-0015. This is one of the largest fisherees in the area.
Three years ago there was a Saturday in February without
an event at the Boat House. They came up with the idea
of a charity fisheree for a group, individual, association,
etc. that would benefit from the money raised from the
fisheree.
This year the 4th annual Fox Lake Local Charities Fisheree will be held on Saturday, February 28. The fisheree
will run from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. It will be held at the
Boat House Pub and Eatery, N10575 Chief Kuno Trail.
There will be prizes for the largest fish caught in six different categories: walleye, northern, perch, crappie, blue
gill and bass—for adults and children alike.
Raffles, door prizes, silent auctions, and a full menu
will all be available beginning at 11:00.
Please contact the Boat House at (920) 928-3470 for
additional information or if you would like to have a
group, individual, association, etc. considered as the
charity recipient.
Fish Tales Bait &
Liquor 5th Annual
Walleye Tournament
This year’s event will take place on Saturday, May 16,
2015 beginning at 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Fish Tales Bait
& Liquor, 529 West State St., Fox Lake. Payouts will
be for the weight of the total fish caught by the two-man
teams. Register at Fish Tales by calling (920) 520-0015.
Weigh-ins and payouts are at Fish Tales.
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Fisherees / Jazz Jubilee
Fox Lake Chamber of
Commerce Ice Fisheree
Fox Lake Fire
Department Fisheree
Eleven years ago, the Fox Lake Chamber decided to
bring back its Annual Ice Fisheree. Hosted at the Boat
House Pub & Eatery by Vicki Matheys, the 2015 event
will be held on Saturday, January 31, starting at 6:00 a.m.
and ending at 3:00 p.m. There’s a full day for catching
the many fish available in Fox Lake and chances to win
prizes for the largest fish in any of the legal categories.
Not into winter sports? All afternoon, those who prefer
the indoors have a chance to participate in the silent auction and the many raffles put on by the Chamber.
All award-winning fish entries are announced and
prizes are awarded at 4:00 p.m., along with an invitation to stay into the evening to enjoy some musical
entertainment.
The Fox Lake Fire Department’s winter fisheree is currently
scheduled for Saturday, February 7, 2015. The fisheree will
launch from the Boat House Chief Kuno Trail at 6:00 a.m. and
will run until 3:00 p.m. Drawing for a special prize will occur
at 4 p.m. at N10575 Chief Kuno Trail, (920) 928-3470.
The fisheree is open to the general public with an entry fee of
$10 per person. Prizes will be awarded for fish in all categories,
including for kids ages 12 years and younger.
Concessions will be available, weather permitting, and delivery service will be available to fisheree participants on the
ice. Door prizes will also be awarded in addition to raffles and
a silent auction that will be taking place all day long.
Proceeds from the fisheree will go to support the Fox Lake
Fire Department and EMS. Questions about the fisheree can
be directed to Richie Quirk at (920) 319-2241.
Bunny Berigan Jazz Jubilee
Enjoy a weekend full of jazz music from all over the nation
Fox Lake holds a three-day salute to “Bunny” Berigan on May 15–17, 2015 when it kicks off one of the best Dixieland
Jazz/Swing events in the United States. Yes, the town is small––actually not much bigger then 108 years ago when
“Bunny” was born––but the Bunny Berigan Jazz Jubilee is a gem in the realm of jazz festivals from coast to coast.
This year the Jazz Jubilee pulls in some of the fantastic musicians from around Wisconsin, such as Rev. Al Townsend leading the Bunny Berigan Memorial Band. Plus, it brings home
Wisconsinites such as Bob Schulz and Bob Hirsch, both living
in California. Then there are the St. Louis Stompers, led by Steve
Lilley, who will play the whole weekend in Fox Lake. Plus, the
Red Hot Dixie band led by Jack Trowbridge, the Kay Berigan
5 Tet, and the Barb City Stompers led by John Skillman. Many
other excellent musicians will arrive in Fox Lake for this wonderful weekend in May.
Just a month after Bunny Berigan’s death in 1942, one of the
nation’s leading Jazz critics prophesied, “One of these years they
are going to start talking about “Bunny” Berigan. They are going
to rave about his trumpeting feats, they are going to dig out his
records, and they are going to play them for the next generation,
pointing out passages to prove that “Bunny” was one of the true
greats of all Jazz.” The critic was right and in 2015, 73 years
after “Bunny’s” death, the event is planned, honoring him and
the music he played. Hoping to pass the music to the next generation, the Bunny Berigan Jazz Jubilee welcomes youth
18 and younger into the Jubilee free of charge.
This year the event is held at three venues: the Fox Lake Community Center, the American Legion Hall in downtown
Fox Lake and Mullin’s Drive-In. There is something about being in Fox Lake, the home of the man who was nationally
billed in his bookings around the nation as the “Miracle Man of Swing.” “Bunny” played with a kind of reckless abandonment but with great improvisation. His playing was spontaneous, and he communicated with the audience—with a
tone that was rich. His vibrato on just a single note was enough to convey that feeling of surging, forward momentum
that is the essence of swing. Mark Gossink of Fox Lake put together a booklet on “Bunny” in 1974 where he included
a quote that jazz fans from all over the world know: “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.” And “Bunny”
had that swing.
Fine food will be served at the Community Center, plus all restaurants, bars, and Mullin’s Drive-In will be serving food
all weekend. Further information can be obtained about the Jazz Jubilee by calling Julie Flemming at (920) 928-6094.
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Car Show
Fox Lake Firefighters 14th Annual Classic Car Show
A popular event, one that many
people look forward to attending
every summer, returns when the Fox
Lake Firefighters 14th Annual Classic Car Show and Swap Meet takes
place Saturday, July 25 at Fireman’s
Park, 246 East State Street in Fox
Lake.
Gates open 7 a.m. rain or shine,
welcoming all vehicles from all
years. This includes cars, trucks, motorcycles and anything else you can
drive or trailer through the gate. We
have a class for anything you could
possibly bring. Back again this year
is the very successful car corral for
a $15 fee—a great way to sell your
vehicle. Awards include world-class
trophies, a free cash drawing for car
entrants, a drawing just for the spectators, and dash plaques to the first
400 vehicles. Good food, car hops,
beer, refreshments and ice cream are
also available to keep you going all
day long. T-shirts will also be available for purchase.
Judging is concourse style with
$10 at the gate for judged show vehicles and $6 for show only/non-judged vehicles. Spectators are free. Only cars 20 years
and older will be judged.
Things really start heating up with a wet and dry burnout competition starting around 1 p.m. and other surprises in the works
for the 2015 event. The Aquatic Center is also located on the show grounds, with many areas for kids and good music that
translates to good times.
Come celebrate all the nostalgia, food, music and good times at the Fox Lake Firefighters Classic Car Show, Saturday, July
25 at Fireman’s Park in beautiful Fox Lake—little town, beautiful area, big heart and lots to do and see. Come and let us show
our appreciation for your entry with all the awe and enthusiasm we have. There’s no experience quite like taking home one
of our trophies from a great family-orientated atmosphere with great prices, great people and great fun. Experienced judges
and staff with top-notch dedication will be on
hand, as it should be. We are not like most
of the other shows. This is a passion. We all
look forward to welcoming you on Saturday,
July 25.
For information regarding the 14th annual
car show, contact Rich Quirk at (920) 3192241 or e-mail him at [email protected] For
information on vendors or swap spots and
the car corral, contact Frank Sadler at (920)
210-2653 or e-mail him at [email protected]
yahoo.com (no food vendors, please). On
behalf of the Fox Lake Fire Department and
all its dedicated people and committee, we
look forward to your visit.
All proceeds generated from this event are
put to good use to purchase needed equipment
for the Fox Lake Fire Department. This is
a non-profit organization, and this event is
made possible strictly by generous sponsors
and non-paid volunteers.
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Culinary
Fine Dining in Fox Lake
Boat House Pub & Eatery
N10575 Chief Kuno Trail, Fox Lake
M: 3-Close T-Sn: 11-Close
Chalet
814 W State St, Fox Lake
M-Sn 6a-2:00p/F 4:30-8:00
Fox Lake Golf Club
N10500 Indian Point, Fox Lake
◊ (May-Sept) M/T/Th/F 4:30-9:00 (Dinner Hrs)
Hayes Resort
W10551 Blackhawk Tr, Fox Lake
◊ (May-Oct) M-F 11:30a-Close/Sn 8:30a-Close
MJs by the Lake
N10351 Howard Dr, Fox Lake
◊ Tuesday–Sunday
Mullin’s Drive-In
102 Spring St, Fox Lake
◊ (Apr-Sept) 10a-10:00p Daily
Quit-N-Time
317 W State St, Fox Lake
Open Daily 11a–Close
Schaumburg Supper Club
N11935 Cty Rd A, Randolph
T-Th 4:30-9/F-S 4:30-10/Sn 11:30-9
State Street Pizza
319 W State St, Fox Lake
W, Th, Sn 11-9:00/F-S 11-10:00
The Shores of Fox Lake
N10604 Chief Kuno Tr, Fox Lake Sn-Th 5:00-9:00/F-S 5:00-10:00/Closed W
Fish Fry
Outdoor Seating
Water View
Kids Menu
Bakery / Deli / Sandwich
Coffee House
Full Bar
Wine / Beer
Reservations Accepted
B - Breakfast
L - Lunch
D - Dinner
Fine Dining
◊ Seasonal Hours - Contact Establishment
Casual Dining
Fox Lake’s
Dining Guide
Meals Served
Fox Lake’s best kept secret is its array of culinary assortments. Fox Lake
has restaurants specializing in sizzling steaks, exquisite seafood dishes, and
the traditional Wisconsin fish fry. Fine dining to casual, Fox Lake offers it
all.
Visit the “Largest Sandwich Menu” around: panini grill specialties, subs
that offer freshly sliced meat to order, nostalgic carhopping, and fresh dough
made daily to complete the perfect pizza. Many establishments offer happy
hours and daily specials.
Plan your next culinary travel to Fox Lake. Your tastebuds will thank you!
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Resorts / Facilities
Fox Lake Resorts
Await Your Arrival
Fox Lake
Area
Facilities
The information below was provided by
the resort owners. The Fox Lake Chamber
of Commerce is not responsible for any
changes in accommodations listed.
Cottages for Rent
Apartments or Rooms
No. Bedrooms/Units
Max. No. People/Unit
Kitchen Facilities
Full Bath w/Shower
Air Conditioning
Heater/Furnace
Cable TV Hookup
TV Included
Swimming
Fish Cleaning Building
Boat Included
Boat Launch
Bait Shop
Winter Lake Access
Boat Rental
Motor Rental
Pontoon Boat Rental
Paddle Boat Rental
Winter Rental
Bar
Dining/Supper Club
Sandwiches/Pizza
Pets Allowed
Fox Lake welcomes you to stay at our variety of lodging accommodations. You will
find a resort that is just what you are looking for, whether it is daily, weekly or yearly.
Choose from spacious year round cottages
that will accommodate 2 people, to grand resorts that will accommodate 20 people. Our
assortment of facilities offer whirlpools, fireplaces, motor boats, paddle boats, lake access, boat launch, bait shop, dining/bar, air
conditioning, cable TV, and much more.
Make Fox Lake your next vacation destination!
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Events
Fox Lake Preservation Organization’s special events for 2015
Saturday, July 4––Parade on Blackhawk Trail
The FLPO will sponsor the Parade on Blackhawk Trail on Saturday, July 4,
starting at 1 p.m. from Town Park.
Line-up for the parade is at 12:30 p.m. It will leave Town Park at 1 p.m. and
head down Blackhawk Trail, ending in Del Bern Acres. This is a family fun activity, so decorate your old cars, tractors, bikes, ATVs, golf carts, motorcycles,
floats, pets, wagons, or just walk the route. No registration is required––just
come and join in the fun!
Saturday, July 4––Boat Parade
The FLPO will sponsor the Boat Parade on Saturday, July 4, beginning at 5
p.m. from Del Bern Acres. Line-up is at 4:45 p.m. The parade will proceed counterclockwise around the lake, ending at the
east end on Elmwood Island. Use your imagination to decorate your boats, and come join! No registration is required.
Saturday, August 8––Tunes on the Lake
The FLPO will sponsor “Tunes on the Lake” on
Saturday, August 8 from 1–5 p.m. The FLPO will have
a band playing from the dock on the southeast side of
Dead Island. Jump in your boats and anchor around the
island, or tie up to other boats and enjoy an afternoon
of music and fun.
Sunday, September 6––Venetian Night
The FLPO will sponsor “Venetian Night” on Sunday,
September 6, beginning at 8 p.m. This is our last event
of the summer, so grab your lights, decorate your boats,
and join in for an evening of fun. Line-up is in front of
Del Bern Acres at 7:45 p.m. and will proceed counterclockwise around the lake, ending at the east end of Elmwood Island.
No registration is required.
St. Patrick’s Day Annual Parade
Fox Lake celebrates its strong Irish heritage once again this year. For over 40 years, the Fox Lake St. Patrick’s Day Parade
has delighted the old and young alike. Come and celebrate in the small town where everyone is Irish for a day!
The parade will be held on Sunday, March 15 at 1:00 p.m. Lineup for the parade begins at 12:00 p.m. on Depot Street. All
entries are welcome. A $10 fee will be charged for those floats wishing to participate in the judging for cash prizes. No float is
too big or too small! The parade is different each and every year with floats from all over! Bring the whole family and help Fox
Lake celebrate. Find the hidden leprechaun in Fox Lake, turn it in after the parade, and win a prize.
For more information, please contact Dave DePrey at (920) 296-0098.
Fox Lake Flea Market
Now in its ninth year, the April-through-October Saturday-morning Fox Lake Flea Market continues to grow
downtown. With vendors selling everything from dollar
items to antiques, both local and out-of-town customers
look forward to seeing the flea market flag flying high
along Hwy. 33. With expanded advertising, the flea
market expects to bring in greater crowds. New vendors
are always welcome. The cost is $10 for a space. Call
Don Taddey, (262) 353-1704, for further details.
A diverse assortment of flea market treasures is sure
to please everyone and will make any visit to downtown Fox Lake memorable. The Fox Lake Flea Market
is proudly sponsored by American Legion Post 521.
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Events
Citywide Rummage Sale
The annual Fox Lake Citywide Rummage Sale, sponsored by the Fox Lake Public Library Friends, will be on Saturday,
May 9 and will take place in the City of Fox Lake and the area surrounding the lake.
New this year: there will be no maps/ads provided.
Call the Fox Lake Public Library for more information at (920) 928-3223.
Friends of the Lake Outing
The Fox Lake Preservation Organization (FLPO) invites special needs adults and chaperons to be their guests for pontoon boat
tours and fishing excursions on Fox Lake. Snacks and beverages
are provided onboard. After several hours of fishing or touring
the lake, the guests return to shore for a cook-out lunch.
Held for 23 years, traditionally on the last Saturday in June,
the Friends of the Lake Outing has become the popular social
event for the friends from ARC of Dodge County and Bethesda
Lutheran Home in Fox Lake. It takes many volunteers—pontoon boat captains and “mates,” cooks, servers and dockside
attendants—to make the outing a memorable experience for
guests. For further information, please call Bob Bergmann at
(920) 928-3486.
Memorial Day,
May 25, 2015
The Fox Lake American Legion Post 521
annually leads a Memorial Day parade and
memorial service to honor those who have
died to defend our freedoms. The 2015
observance will be on May 25. Contact the
American Legion Post 521 at (920) 9282381 for more information.
4th of July Celebration
Sponsored by the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce - Saturday, July 4
Sponsored by the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce, a free
Concert in the Park kicks off the evening of Saturday, July 4 at
Riverside Park. The start time will be announced as plans are
set. Food and refreshments will be served. Bring your family
and friends, a lawn chair or a blanket.
One of the area’s best fireworks displays begins at dusk.
Come by car or boat. The fireworks on the lake pack a double
whammy as the fireworks explode in the sky and then reflect
on the water.
Riverside Park and the public boat launch area at Riverside
Park offer excellent viewing. The west and north shores of
the lake also offer great viewing opportunities. Many people
board boats and go out to the “small” lake to watch the show.
When the fireworks come to an end, stick around and watch
the parade on the lake as all the lighted boats head for home.
The alternative rain date for fireworks is Sunday, July 5.
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Events
Concerts in the Park
The summer months in Fox Lake also mean Saturday night concerts presented by the Fox Lake Chamber
of Commerce. The 2015 concert series will host one free
concert in Riverside Park in the City of Fox Lake on Saturday evening, July 4. The specific time will be announced.
Go north off State Street on N. College Avenue toward
the golf club. Concerts in the Park are held on the left-side
shelter/park area, or come by boat on Mill Creek.
Another free concert will be held in the Town of Fox
Lake Shelter on Saturday evening, September 5. Take
Blackhawk Drive off Highway A. The shelter is on the
south side, or come by boat on Fox Lake.
Food and beverages will be available. Bring your family and friends, a lawn chair or a blanket, and get ready to
enjoy the night’s free concert. Contact (920) 928-3777 for
more information.
5th Annual Fall ‘Spooktacular’ Event
Only four years ago, the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce, along with other business owners, hosted the very first Fall “Spooktacular” Event in downtown Fox Lake. It was a huge success! Just some of the activities included a pumpkin-carving contest,
popcorn wagon, face painting, children’s costume contest, pet costume contest, Klancy the Klown making his famous balloon
animals, Fox Lake Lions Brat Fry, fire trucks, flea market, drawings for prizes, candy treats galore, free Halloween tattoos, scary
displays with real tarantulas, numerous food vendors and an all-you-can-eat waffle breakfast. Along with all these events, the
chamber also sponsored a scarecrow contest for businesses and non-profit organizations and had the main street lined up with
numerous scarecrows for decoration and fun! Many of the downtown businesses were spookily decorated for the event as well.
In 2015, the Fall “Spooktacular” Event will be held Saturday, October 31 (Halloween) from noon until 3 p.m. Citywide trick
or treating will also take place on that day, making it an especially great family day to spend in downtown Fox Lake. Take a
walk through the cemetery and “meet” some of Fox Lake’s former residents in the evening, weather permitting. The Fox Lake
Chamber of Commerce is always looking for vendors, groups and local businesses to display and share their wares, as well as
zombies and ghouls to walk the streets!
11th Annual December
to Remember
Sponsored by the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce
Fox Lake welcomes you to the traditional celebrations of the
December to Remember event located in downtown Fox Lake on
Saturday, December 12, sponsored by the Fox Lake Chamber of
Commerce. This event is free and open to the public. Starting at
noon, this event is sure to provide fun for the whole family. The event
includes all of these fun activities: hair styles, cookie and cupcake
decorating, ornament painting, a coloring contest and other festive
activities. The majority of the day is focused on fun and free events
for children of all ages. Visit Santa and his Christmas friends, and
be sure to bring a camera. Adults can enjoy shopping, raffles, silent
auctions, and delicious bake sale items. Lunch is available for purchase. Following the day’s festivities, the evening parade of lights
begins at 5 p.m. Following the parade, Santa will hand out candy to
all the children. Enjoy school band performances and local carolers
spreading the holiday cheer. The City of Fox Lake will provide a
free dinner to the community.
Bring a non-perishable food item for our food pantry.
For more information, visit the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce
for a schedule of events, to volunteer, and to submit float entries.
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Clubs / Organizations
Beaverland Must-skis Water Ski Show Team
The Beaverland Must-ski Water Ski
Show Team is looking forward to 2015.
The Must-skis placed 6th in the State
Competition and 6th in the National
Competition in 2014. This is the very
best they have ever achieved at the
national level.
This year the Must-skis are developing their Adaptive Waterski Program to
allow handicapped individuals to experience the thrill of waterskiing.
The team performs most Sundays at
Tahoe Park in Beaver Dam, plus some
neighboring venues including the Boathouse Pub and Grill on Fox Lake.
Check www.mustskis.com for a
complete schedule plus photos, membership, sponsorship and Learn-To-Ski
clinic info.
Sno-Blazers Snowmobile Club
The Fox Lake Sno-Blazers Club has been around since 1968.
Over 45 miles of trails are groomed and maintained by volunteers
from the club. The club’s mission is to provide groomed trails and
fun, safe activities. The club meets once a month from September
through April. A schedule of events and meetings, membership
information, and trail conditions can be found on their website at
http://foxlakesno-blazers.wix. com/fox-lake-sno-blazers#.
Riding the trail system is a privilege, not a right. Please respect
the landowners by staying on the marked trails. There is a fine for
riding on closed snowmobile trails. Maps are available at several
area businesses. Always check that trails are open before heading
out by phoning the Dodge County Hotline at (920) 386-3705. For
more information, e-mail [email protected]
Ducks Unlimited—Two Lakes Chapter
Ducks Unlimited (DU), the original “unlimited,” is a conservation organization dedicated to conserving wetlands and associated habitat for the benefit of waterfowl with subsequent benefits to other wildlife and people. Over 900 species of birds,
fish, amphibians and mammals benefit from these efforts. Ducks Unlimited has conserved over 100,000 acres in the state of
Wisconsin alone.
DU was founded in 1937 by sportsmen who recognized that conserving wetlands helps to ensure the future of waterfowl
populations. Today, DU is strongly supported by both hunters and non-hunters who recognized the many benefits associated
with the habitat conservation program.
These traditions have been carried on locally by the Two Lakes Chapter of Ducks Unlimited since 1985. To support this
effort, Two Lakes DU has a fundraising activity each year. The event is a Mardi Gras Party, held during the Mardi Gras season—a fun time during the winter. This year’s Mardi Gras Party will be held on Monday, February 16, 2015 at Schaumburg
Supper Club. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner is at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person.
The public is invited and welcome to attend this event. It is not necessary to be a Ducks Unlimited member to attend. Depending upon the interest shown by local and visiting sportsmen, a summer event may also be held.
For additional information on either of these events, call Ron at (920) 928-2482 or Dave at (920) 928-3348.
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Clubs / Organizations
Fox Lake Lions
The Fox Lake Lions is associated with Lions Clubs International which is the world’s largest service organization. The Fox Lake
Lions adopted Riverside Park in Fox Lake on April 7, 2010 and since have made many improvements involving many hours.
They also help youth who are blind or visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, or have mild cognitive disabilities and Type
1 and Type II diabetes by supporting the Lions Camp in Rosholt, WI, where campers enjoy an experience of a lifetime. Lions
Camp is free of costs.
To learn more about the activities and sponsorships, please contact Cindy Walker at (920) 296-2737 or [email protected],
or Bob Kratz at (920) 960-1063 or [email protected]
American Legion Post 521 and Unit 521 Auxiliary
Fox Lake’s American Legion Post 521 is named for Robert W. Ginther, a
Navy Air Corps pilot who died while flying his plane off an aircraft carrier
in the South Pacific.
Post 521 currently has 168 members in its 2014 membership and is looking for more. The Post spends much effort on supporting area active duty
military members as well as local, state and national support for our veterans.
The Post is always trying to raise monies to help with this worthy cause.
The Post has a bar which is open to the public as well as veterans, and a
hall available for use at a nominal charge. This hall is provided free of charge
to non-profit groups and returning active duty military personnel.
We invite you to come see our in-the-works remodeling projects and to
enjoy the fun atmosphere and listen to, or maybe tell, some military stories
to people who have been there also.
Please stop by and visit us and our Military Veterans Memorial on State
Street here in Fox Lake. Our contact number is (920) 928-2381 for more
information.
Robert Durkee, Adjutant
Trenton Highlights 4-H Club
Trenton Highlights has been ‘Making the Best Better’ since 1938—going strong for over 75 years. This youth organization
has members in grades 1 through 13 from Fox Lake, Randolph, and the Beaver Dam area. There are over 12 leaders assisting members with many of the projects offered. Trenton Highlights meet once a month, usually on the first Saturday, at the
SAGES Charter School, 200 S. Depot Street, in Fox Lake. Information is available from General Leader Sherry Helmer at
(920) 928-2478 or the Dodge County Extension Office at (920) 386-3790.
Friends of the Fox Lake
Public Library
The Fox Lake Public Library Friends organization works year-round to support
and benefit the library. It raises money from membership dues, candy sales, and
their annual book sale. The Friends assist with providing craft classes at the library
like crocheting, watercolor/acrylic painting, and other fun programs.
The Friends have been able to purchase items needed in the library, support the
Summer Reading Program, purchase snacks for the programs and provide support
as needed. Library book bags that can be checked out by patrons were purchased
by the Friends.
The biggest endeavor is the Annual Book Sale. Items withdrawn from the library,
together with donated items, are sold for a nominal amount at the sale. Donated
books can be brought to the library any time during the year and will be stored
until the next sale. Please, no reference books, condensed Reader’s Digest books, or magazines.
In 2015 the book sale will be at the Community Center, 248 East State Street, Fox Lake, on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17. Volunteer to help set up or work at the sale. Your help is always needed and appreciated. Call the library at
(920) 928-3223 for more information.
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History
Fox Lake History
Fox Lake’s settlement history dates back to approximately 10,000 years before the white man came here. It was a fertile
place and the Native Americans favored the lake for good hunting, fertile cropland, easy living, and as a gathering spot. With
Jacob P. Brower came the era of recorded history in Fox Lake, and by all accounts it was a peaceful transition. The name of
the city changed three times in the early years: Frankfurt in 1839, Waushara in 1840, and finally Fox Lake in 1856.
In 1860 at the beginning of the Civil War, the community had a population of 2,643, with nearly 2,000 individuals being
residents of the Village proper. The community contributed greatly to the fight for the Union, sending three full companies to
famous duty, including the Iron Brigade and the Eagle Regiment, as well as 20% of Berdan’s Sharpshooters, and numerous
individual regimental volunteers. Fox Lake men were present at most eastern theater battles from Bull Run to Appomattox.
Riverside Cemetery is the final resting place of war veterans from the War of 1812 through current conflicts and all in between, as well as the rejected lover of Florence Nightingale. Fox Lake has the oldest wood-framed building in Dodge County.
Fox Lake had a marine US mail route, was along the Military Road and hosted the first Wisconsin school for women, the
Wisconsin Female Academy, later known as Downer College.
Harriett R. O’Connell Historical Room
Preserving this rich history in the written word and photograph is the O’Connell Historical Room in the basement of the
Public Library. The room has been cited by members of the Wisconsin State Historical Society as “the largest collection of
small town history in the state.” The collection consists of the very first land office registration book for the region, to previous
issues of Fox Lake Representative newspaper and all other important printed word in between.
Thanks to an army of volunteers and donors, this information is being cataloged, cared for, and preserved for future generations. Access to the information may be gained by calling the library at (920) 928-3223 and setting up an appointment to
review the records during normal library hours.
Fox Lake Historical Society
All non-written history is on display at the Fox Lake Historical Society in the many buildings they operate for the community.
The Society is responsible for the preservation of the Fox Lake Depot building, which houses the main society displays, as
well as the Car Shed. The Car Shed houses a 1940s-era Fairbanks gas-engine-powered track car, the summer kitchen, working blacksmith shop, and Sinclair Gas
Station building on the Depot grounds.
It also operates the Community Congregational Museum up the street from the
Depot grounds, which is one of the first
churches in town being built in 1855
and was the longest running continuous
church. It held its final service in October
of 2012.
Housed are items related to the theme
of each building as well as farming and
local business artifacts, Native American
arrowheads, tools, weapons, military uniforms and equipment, an extraordinary
Civil War artifact collection, a Bunny
Berrigan collection dedicated to the
famous jazz musician, and photographs
of the people, places, buildings, and
businesses that made Fox Lake what it
is today.
The Depot Museum is open the first
and third Sunday of every month from
June to the first Sunday in October, as
well as by appointment. Call (920) 2960254. The church is open for special
events or by appointment only.
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2015
fox lake chamber of commerce
Please Patronize Our Members • Call 920-928-3777 to become a member of the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce
AmericInn Lodge & Suites
PO Box 718
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-356-9000
[email protected]
www.americinnbeaverdam.com
Agnesian Health Care
Fox Lake Clinic
703 W. State St.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6300
www.agnesianhealthcare.com
Alliant Energy
2777 Columbia Dr.
Portage, WI 53901-9483
608-742-0828
[email protected]
www.alliantenergy.com
Beaver Dam Community Hospitals
707 S. University Avenue
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-887-4077
[email protected]
www.bdch.com
Berlin Journal Newspapers
PO Box 10 • 301 June St
Berlin, WI 54923
920-361-1515
Blochwitz Insurance Agency
PO Box 131
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2828
[email protected]
www.blochwitzinsurance.com
Boat House Pub & Eatery
N10575 Chief Kuno Trail
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3470
[email protected]
www.boathousepubandeatery.com
Bob’s Home Renovation, LLC
307 E. Crocker Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-382-7595
Cahoon’s Homestead Cottage
6717 State Road 44
Pickett, WI 54964
920-450-6930
[email protected]
CenturyTel/CenturyLink
201 Stark Street
Randolph, WI 53956
920-326-2226
[email protected]
www.centurylink.net
City of Fox Lake
PO Box 105
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6288
[email protected]
www.cityoffoxlake.org
CrossRoads Pest Management
N10325 Chief Kuno Trail
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-344-8720
[email protected]
crossroadspestmana.wix.com/crpm
Curb Appeal Lawn Care, LLC
303 Forest Street
PO Box 339
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6443
[email protected]
Family Roots Tree Cutters LLC
206 E. Cordelia #3
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920- 928-2497
[email protected]
[email protected]
Farmers State Bank
PO Box 6
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3161
www.farmersstatebk.com
Fish Tales Bait & Liquor LLC
PO Box 62
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-520-0015
[email protected]
www.foxlakefishtales.com
Fox Lake Correctional Institution
P.O. Box 147
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3151
Fox Lake Fire Department
PO Box 65
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6115 (non-emergency)
[email protected]
Fox Lake Golf Club
N10500 Indian Point Rd.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2508
[email protected]
www.foxlakegolfclub.com
Fox Lake Preservation Organization
PO Box 32
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6648
[email protected]
www.foxlakeflpo.org
Fox Lake Sno-Blazers Snowmobile Club
W12004 Whooley Rd.
Waupun, WI 53963
920-296-3290
[email protected]
http://foxlakesnoblazers.wix.com/fox-lake
Fox Lake Villas, LLC
PO Box 372
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-382-2097
[email protected]
www.foxlakevillas.com
Fox Manufacturing Inc.
101 W. Cordelia St.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2155
[email protected]
www.foxmfginc.com
Freber’s Fine Jewelry
1740 N. Spring St.
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-885-5055
[email protected]
www.frebersjewelry.com
Good Karma Broadcasting
100 Stoddart Street
Beaver Dam, WI 53933
920-885-4442
[email protected]
www.goodkarmabrands.com
Hayes Haus of Fox Lake Inc.
W10551 Blackhawk Trail
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2616
[email protected]
www.hayesresort.com
Hoekstra’s Market & Greenhouse
N10348 Co. Rd. A
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2398
[email protected]
www.hoekstras.net
J. Meyer Construction LLC
308 Second Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2612
[email protected]
Jen-Ter Wire & Element, Inc.
PO Box 44
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2022
[email protected]
www.jen-ter.com
Karavan Trailers, Inc.
100 Karavan Dr.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6200
[email protected]
www.karavantrailers.com
Kathy’s Kustom Embroidery
285 Park Dr.
Randolph, WI 53956
920-326-3814
[email protected]
www.KathysKustomEmbroidery.com
Salon 311
311 W. State St.
PO Box 8
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3113
[email protected]
www.salon311.com
Sam’s Automotive
P.O. Box 385
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3454
[email protected]
Schaumburg Inc
N11935 Hwy. A, Randolph, WI 53956
Randolph, WI 53956
920-928-3348
Ken’s TV Sales & Service
N11295 Cty. Rd. A
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2462
[email protected]
Shier Family Chiropractic
211 Corporate Dr. Suite H
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-821-0071
[email protected]
www.shierfamily.net
Kwik Trip 367
PO Box 82
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2070
[email protected]
www.kwiktrip.com
Shoreline Boat Center
509 Commercial Ave.
Green Lake, WI 54941
920-294-3145
[email protected]
www.shorelineboatcenter.com
LocaLeben
N8369 S. Sunset Pt. Rd.
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-887-8357
[email protected]
www.localeben.com
Shores of Fox Lake LLC
N10604 Chief Kuno Trail
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2576
[email protected]
MJ’s By The Lake
N10351 Howard Dr.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2281
[email protected]
www.mjsbythelake.com
Mazzolari Electric
317 3rd St.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-296-3677
[email protected]
Smedema Trucking Inc.
P.O. Box 73
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-6800
State Street Pizza
N5571 Kathryn Drive
Plymouth, WI 53073
920-928-2929
[email protected]
mystatestreetpizza.com
Mullin’s Drive-In
PO Box 443
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2040
Streich Motors Inc.
411 W. State Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2335
Nehls Realty
PO Box 62
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-210-0321
[email protected]
Taps Getaway Cottage
W9429 Lake Emily Road
Waupun, WI 53963
920-382-5480
[email protected]
www.tapsgetaway.com
Pepsi Americas
N8601 County Road A
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-887-3774
[email protected]
Quade Real Estate, LLC
PO Box 85
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2422
[email protected]
www.quaderealestate.com
Quit-N-Time
317 W. State St.
PO Box 402
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2808
[email protected]
Riverstone Machining, LLC
P.O. Box 126
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3771
www.riverstonemachining.com
Robert W. Ginther Post 521
PO Box 91
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-2381
Terminator Pest Control LLC
W1798 Cemetery Rd.
Randolph, WI 53956
920-348-6010
[email protected]
www.terminatorpc.com
Town of Fox Lake
PO Box 124
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3573
[email protected]
www.townoffoxlake.org
Waupun Area School District
950 Wilcox St.
Waupun, WI 53963
920-324-9341
[email protected]
www.waupun.k12.wi.us
YMCA of Dodge County
220 Corporate Drive
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-887-8811
[email protected]
www.theydc.org
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 25
sages
STORES
Open
24 hours a day
7 days a week
Fresh Steaks,
Chicken & Hamburger
Hot Food
Gourmet Coffee & Latte
Gas and lots more!
Featuring all the great kwik trip products
Hwy. 33 in Fox Lake
Cultivating Inquiry.
Growing Minds.
Walls Optional.
A public charter school with
grades K-7 in the Waupun
Area School District.
Now managed by Kevin & Ginny Ade
928-2070
N10604 Chief Kuno Trail
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Sun.-Thurs. 5-9 pm
Fri.-Sat. 5-10 pm
Closed Wednesday
920-928-2576
School for AGricultural and Environmental Studies
200 South Depot Street ◆ Fox Lake, WI ◆ (920) 928-3136
Find us on Facebook! ◆ www.waupun.k.12.wi.us/sages
We can accommodate private parties of 20-100 people for any occasion
Fox Lake
Chamber of Commerce
Membership Benefits...
• Provide advertising opportunities on Chamber’s website
and Fox Lake map.
• Inclusion in the Chamber Gift Certificate reimbursement program.
• Chamber identification window stickers available yearly.
• Members listed on website, in the Fox Lake Visitors Guide,
and on Facebook
• Distribution of your business information through e-mail,
phone or pick-up at the Chamber office.
• Inclusion in the welcome program.
• Networking opportunities at Chamber events.
• Chamber staff provides knowledgeable information about area
businesses, events, tourism, interest & history.
• Chamber clothing (sweatshirts, caps, T-shirts, etc.)
available at cost at the Chamber office.
Mission Statement
The Fox Lake Chamber is a member-based organization dedicated to
establishing and maintaining itself as the primary voice and resource
to determine and enhance the future growth, economic vitality,
direction and success of the greater Fox Lake business organizations.
For information
Fox Lake
Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 94, 305 W. State St.,
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-928-3777
[email protected]
www.foxlakechamber.com
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Crossroads Pest
Management
N10325 Chief Kuno Trail,
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Office: 920-344-8720
Box Elders • Asian Beatles • Mice & Rats
General Pest Control • Exclusion Service
Sam’s Automotive
701 Spring St., Fox Lake, WI 53933
Streich Motors, inc.
Box 125 - 411 State St., Fox Lake, WI 53933
Serving you for 99 Years
(920) 928-3454
Automotive Repair Shop
Blue Rhino Propane Exchange
Sam’s Little Red Wagon
Tim W. Streich, General Manager
(920) 928-2335
Freber’s
oekstra’s
Market & Greenhouse,
Fine Jewelry
LLC
“Man Plants - God Grants”
In Business For Over 50 Years
• Jewelry Cleaning & Inspection
• In-Store Repairs & Sizings
• Diamonds & Gemstones
• We Carry Pandora
• All Watches 25% Off
• Interest-Free Layaway
Buy Gold For Cash
920-885-5055 • Fax: 920-885-5352
1740 N. Spring St., Beaver Dam (Next to Applebee’s)
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:30-8 • Tues, Wed, Fri 9:30-5 • Sat 9:30-1
Come to Hoekstra’s Market and Greenhouse
in the spring for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience
in our “state of the art” greenhouse.
We have a wide variety
of annuals, perennials,
hanging baskets
and more. Let our
experienced staff help
with all your planting
needs. In the summer
we’ll tempt your taste
buds with our delicious
fresh picked sweet corn,
tomatoes, peppers,
melons and much more.
September and October you’ll find all the colors
of fall around the market. We have pumpkins,
hardy fall mums, gourds and squash.
Join our VIP Text Club
107 Industrial Drive
P.O. Box 126
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Phone 920.928.3771
Fax 920.928.3773
Text H100
to 36000
to receive special
offers starting May 1
N10348 County Highway A • Fox Lake, WI 53933
920.928.2398
www.hoekstras.net
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 27
Fox Lake
Concerts in the Park
Free
Musical Entertainment
Refreshments
Available
Saturday, July 4
Riverside Park,
City of Fox Lake
Saturday, Sept. 5
Labor Day Weekend
Town Park, Town of Fox Lake
Call the Fox Lake
Chamber
920-928-3777
for information
Krentz's CottageS
Clifford & Marilyn Krentz
Boat - Private Pier - Cable TV - Pontoon Rental
HEALTH CENTER
Fox Lake's Natural Health Center
Chiropractic. Massage Therapy. Clinical Nutrition.
“Better Health, Naturally”
Dr. Benjamin Shier
(920) 821-0071
205 1/2 W. State, Fox Lake
Cottages
Sleeps 2 to 10
(Next to Kathryn's Hair Salon)
Apartments for Rent on the Lake
Year-round Storage Units Available!
W10577/W10993 Blackhawk Trail • Fox Lake, WI 53933
Phone: (920) 928-2558
Welcome
to the
end of
the Day
211 Corporate Dr., #H, Beaver Dam
Convenient Hours
Open Saturdays
www.shierfamily.net
Hayes
Resort
Est. 1976
W10551 Blackhawk Trail, Fox Lake, WI 53933
• Newly Renovated
• Indoor Pool & Whirlpool
• Free High Speed WIFI
• Hot AmericInn
Perk Breakfast
• Pool Parties
• Whirlpool Suites
• Exercise Room
• Group Rates
325 Seippel Blvd., Beaver Dam
Exit 134 off Hwy. 151 from South
Exit 135 from North
920-356-9000
www.americinnbeaverdam.com
Great food
Great view
year round cottages
(920) 928-2616 • www.hayesresort.com
COME SEE WHY WE’VE BEEN HERE 39 YEARS!
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American Legion Post 521
220 W. State St., Fox Lake, WI
928-2381
Legion Bar Open
Banquet Hall Available
Monday
Closed
Tuesday-Friday
3 p.m. to Close
Saturday & Sunday
Noon to Close
For Weddings,
Anniversaries,
Birthdays
and all your
Special Occasions
open to the public
Daily Food Specials
Friday Fish Fry
Open Daily
11am-Close
317 W. State St.
Fox Lake
920-928-2808
FOX LAKE
REDEVELOPMENT
AUTHORITY
248 E. State St., Fox Lake, WI • (920) 928-6288
www.cityoffoxlake.org
[email protected]
The Fox Lake Redevelopment Authority can assist your industrial or
commercial business in locating to the City of Fox Lake. The RDA
can provide financial incentives to your business to help you with the
relocation process. We have a 62-acre industrial park with full-service lots available that range in sizes from 3-5 acres. Contact the City
Administrator for an application for financial assistance and relocation information.
Mazzolari
E le c t r i c
Fox Lake, WI
25 years experience
Licensed & Insured
“No Job Too Small”
Call Joe at (920) 296-3677
N10411 Chief Kuno Tr.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920-387-2000
Kurt Krieser
General Contracting • New Homes
Remodeling • Additions
Roofing • Siding • Boat Houses
Experienced in acquiring building permits
Heiar
Insurance & Estate Planning
Emily Heiar-Worth & Sandy Heiar
Retirement Income Specialists
Health • Medicare Supplement • Disability
Long-Term Care • Life • Annuities
1645 N. Spring St., Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920-887-0580
800-903-0331
www.Heiarinsurancellc.com
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Hair
Nails
Tanning
Massage
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Facials
Jewelry
Purses
Scarves
311 W. State Street
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Used Bikes • Used Quads • Aqua Scooters
Lots of Suzuki • Arctic Cat & Parts
1000’s of Parts Next Day
(920) 928-3113
Mischler’s
www.salon311.com
“Where you matter most and
a great style awaits”
Hwy 33
Power Center
N8077 Hwy. 33 • Beaver Dam • 920-885-6552
For information on advertising in the next FOX LAKE VISITORS GUIDE,
call The Berlin Journal Newspapers at (920) 361-1515.
Home
Cooking
Chalet
Family Restaurant
Open daily 6AM-2PM
FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY 4PM-8PM
Jonas Farm Market
Apple Orchard
N9791 Hwy. 33
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Open: Sept. - Oct.
(920) 928-3634
Jerry & Cheryl Jonas
FULL LIQUOR LICENSE
CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE
RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED
Breakfast & Lunch
Specials Daily
OUtdoor Seating available
P.O. Box 44 • 115 Industrial Drive
Fox Lake, WI 53933-0044
CALL 928-2425
Tel: (920) 928-2022 • Fax: (920) 928-2023
Toll Free: 1-866-6Jen-Ter
HWY. 33
1 mile west of FOX LAKE
Website: www.jen-ter.com
Email: [email protected]
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Quality Craftsmanship
Taking Pride in Excellence
J. Meyer Construction, LLC
Josh Meyer
308 Second Street ~ Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 296-2612
Insured - Federally Registered
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Taps
Getaway
Cottage
N10816 Rainbow Terrace, Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 382-5480
• Quiet, peaceful getaway for year-round enjoyment
• Fully furnished house with heat and central A/C
• Large lot by 19+ acres of public land • Sleeps up to 7 people
www.tapsgetaway.com
✃
2015
HH
als
Festiv ts
n
& Eve
H
• March 21: Johnny Cash & Neil Diamond Tributes
• April 11: Cajun Dance Party
• May 16: Citywide Rummage Sales
H
• May 25: Memorial Day Parade
• May 30: Southern Gospel Concert
H
• June 6: Tour de Marsh Bike & Auto Tour
• June 12: Relay for Life
• July TBD: Celebrate Waupun
• July 9, 16, 23, 30: Concerts in the Park H
• August 1: Waupun Art & Craft Fair
• August 14-15: Waupun Truck-N-Show
• September 11-12: Volksfest / Wild Goose Chase 5K
• October 9: Riders in the Sky Western Music Show
• December 1-4: Avenue of Angels Celebration
H
• December 5: Christmas Show
H
H
H
(920) 324-7900 • www.WaupunFestivals.com
Like Waupun Festivals-Wisconsin Events on Facebook!
Waupun
Ripon
Open 5a.m. to Midnight
Open 5 a.m. to Midnight
715 W. Main St.
920-324-4062
101 Eureka St.
920-748-6262
Wine & Liquor
TechnoHunt
Video Archery
®
Hunting & Archery Supplies • Firearms • Gun Repair • Re-Loading Supplies
Live Bait • Fishing Tackle • Hunting & Fishing Licenses
Gas • Automotive Supplies • Groceries, Snacks & Beer
Fox Lake Visitors Guide 2015 • Page 31
electronic components
& services, inc.
The Farmers
State Bank
920-928-2611
"over 100 years of excellence
in community banking"
Manufacturers of Double-Sided, Single-Sided
and Multi-Layer Printed Circuit Boards
ecspcb.com
103 Industrial Dr.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Cahoon’s Homestead Cottage
W10993 Blackhawk Trail
Fox Lake, WI 53933
Available
Year-round
Brian & Lisa Cahoon
(920) 450-6930
(920) 450-6915
“Check” out our complete line
of FREE deposit products
FREE
FREE
FREE
Checking...
Debit Cards...
ATM Acce$$...
FREE
FREE
FREE
Online Banking...
Online BillPay...
eStatements!
Full Service Banking at Two Locations
Fox Lake
920-928-3161
Markesan
920-398-2336
www.farmersstatebk.com
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Fa m i ly O w
ned
Kratz-Smedema
Funeral Homes
Three Generations
Fox Lake:
312 S. College Ave.
Fox Lake, WI 53933
920.928.3121
Cambria:
323 Mary St.
Cambria, WI 53923
920.348.5111
Lori Kratz-McConochie
Funeral Director
Mullin's
drive-in
FOX LAKE, WI
102 Spring Street, Fox Lake, WI • 920-928-2040
Open April thru September
Mullin's Drive-In offers nostalgic carhopping service in Fox Lake.
• A Great Selection of Food
• Visit Our Root Beer Garden
We were on T.V.
Discover Wisconsin in 2004
25 High School & College students find
employment as car hops, along with an inside staff.
Bait & Liquor
East Shore of Beautiful Lake Emily, Located 7 Miles
Northwest of Fox Lake on Highway A,
or 10 Miles West of Waupun (Left Off Highway AW)
In Business since 1968. This historic site was built in 1852.
A written history is available.
Over 40 Entrées
Including Steaks,
Seafood, BBQ Ribs,
Roast Duck & Prime Rib
Children's Menu
with family atmosphere.
Nightly Specials
Include: Friday Fish
(All you can eat)
Tues/Wed/Thurs
Broasted Chicken
(All you can eat)
Enjoy a cocktail or dinner on our
patio overlooking Lake Emily. New Martini Menu
Planning a special occasion?
We have party packages to meet all of your needs
Serving Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 4:30 pm - 9 pm
Friday & Saturday 4:30 pm - 10 pm; Sunday 11:30 am - 9 pm
(Closed Mondays)
Phone (920) 928-3348
For Reservations or Private Parties
No Credit Cards. Cash or Check Accepted.
• Pontoon & Fishing Boat Rentals
• Ice & Soda • Beer/Liquor • Key Making
• Gas Your Boat From Our Pier
• Hunting & Fishing Licenses
• Custom Made Muskie Baits
• Live Bait & Fishing Supplies
Debit & Credit Cards Accepted
Open 7 Days
529 W. State St. • Fox Lake, WI • 920-520-0015
Fox Lake
Golf Club
18 Hole Scenic Course
■ Available for Outings, Parties,
Receptions, Meetings, etc.
■ New Members & Green Fee Players Welcome
■ Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. Evening Dinner
■ Fish Fry, Prime Rib, Fresh Salad & More!
■
Specializing in providing
integrated pest management
solutions for your home or business.
WPCA Certified “Master Technicians” on staff to
help solve even your most difficult pest problems.
Ask about our rodent exclusion services…
…to PREVENT mice from getting inside
your home or business.
[email protected]
$
26
Monday-Friday
18 Holes with Cart
4-1-15 to 11-1-15
www.foxlakegolfclub.com
N10500 Indian
Point Rd.,
Fox Lake
(920) 928-2508